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February 2012 Table of Contents

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 Our February 2012 camp issue features articles on fun ideas to bring camp home, how to make a smooth transition when moving with kids, keeping the romance alive in your relationship, raising kids to have a heart, knowing when and how much kids should snack, and tips for sending twins to school. Also find our handy Where-To Guide of great museums in the New York metro area.

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The main features in our February camp issue include tips on how to bring summer camp fun into your home, guidelines for how much—and how often—kids should snack, advice for keeping the romance alive, and more. Read them all here.

Activities

iplay america in new jerseyJersey's Largest Indoor Amusement Park

dimenna children's history museum in nycWhere-To Guide: Kid-Friendly Museums

bully Theater: There's a New 'Bully' in Town

Features

on the moveHow to Help Your Kids Adjust to a New Home

indoor camping
Camp Special:
Bring Camp Home (Without Lighgting a Bonfire Inside)


Education

twins in schoolTwins: The School Years

Fight Less, Love More

where is the romanceWhere is the Romance?

Food & Nutrition

how much should kids snackTo Snack or Not to Snack

Health

recognizing eating disordersThe Warning Signs of an Eating Disorder

Quotablesthe best of the rest of the web
The Best of the Rest of the Web:
Men are Faster Diaper Changers, Nobody's Normal, & a Viral Video about Bullying



Raising Our Kids

have a heartHow to Teach Kids to Express Love & Feelings

Special Needs

dreams delayedHow to Cope with your Child's Limitations

Sports

bowling is backBowling is Back!

stuff we like
Stuff We Like

Valentine's Day Special

 

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